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PIORENS, S. 0.3:
THURSDAY. JUNE 15. 1911.
Presentment of Grand Jurv.
To His Honor T. S. Sease:
We, the grand jury, beg leave
to make this, our final present
ment for this term of this court.
We have passed on all bills
handed us by the solicitor, and
nade such findings as in our
best judgment the evidence war
We have appointed a commit
tee to audit the various county
officers, consisting ef Jno. F.
Harris, 0. S. Stewart and W. S,
Parsons, and report to the next
term of court.
By request of bondsmen, we
reconnuenmud that the comptroller
general check up the county
treasuri's oflice before turning
!t over to the new county treas:
urer. and further rcon)end
,hat the errios heretofei- ap
pearil. ho c1harged off thle
ho)(oks anl stda rt in lne w r t at,
the Sinne heo adjulsted inl somle
wtay s as to 1i'k oa final dis
pfstitioI of ii.
WN,(, 1v. igppoired ath
milld o fl oi; consiti g of
o the I'oninl. WV. T. Bakes anyd
WV. H1. Iinig1stonl, 1(o investi-ate
t]I h pr hposition ()' slling abont
thivteveof sthe ot.eCttf
lor CF ar1)nihnd yith tl o
kst' ( (sid iof T owev Mie ior.
At, the h,1st, Lt-ri (0' court1 lIUs
Honort1. WV. Ga doded the
unyd Jir to vistit th school
of the colnty and nake a re
porto thecondition of samicat
this terest of wa the cuurt.
In complianc with that or
der, we divided ouselves into
commlittees and divided the
county into districts for the
above-stated purpose, We find
the schools in general, in good
condition, in soe districts,
especially those ahet educa
b. In many districts the schools
do not run Iong oin account of
the tlachers. Weds also wtre
foereomend that all scholstfrics
edhthv suitl funitureficiet-t
er athleas fiania ontsin the
and ishpromentdt Coe
tralogh Schol faxrtoarung that
lengthe sftndar to sureOc
statend that tchoo givtes tim
then they techmpetil ateahers
count ofcninualvey hihann
graed talschoos te cuntsh
epit suoabl futre wer
vouws, Weakommnd Cn
trl igTShin o akn h
as an E exta peium fnratom the
foriib dinnern ato 12 o'lokand
then they tc111fhlut itfl ai reso
ae tortin the afernw'oon. Intt
anurejudgmen every hih n
r'ed scooyi the est nty
PH1ol l!4rITES i i enrv~al t ro c.ta
edo~t to resor th ti'Csuer f thbd
to, thirI i normal kitate anh o enr l ichli)
* chiand reviifyha lo d. .r~i11W~ lt
Provall ed b ther Tstlw of
hshies oTeicwh lipophaigosphi I ro
fidseases where the atofwint his beet
scantly l sin eh; e norv ms taff
.4 ton; inaue lo rco vern vo alh o r alht.
-fioed farluns, Lgeote, e.;1.nbr0n
Pungs, n er Sher sick o
1;tality, dhninishe neg adh
of a pe~tito
:ould do more Iwork if they
would adopt this plan. We do
not think it is best for the chil
dren's health to go without
their dinner until 2.30 o'clock.
We are satisfied that we are
getting reasonable returns in an
educational way for the amount
of money spent in the county
for educational purposes, but
find that there is yet room for
Thanking His Honor and all
officers of the court for courtesies
extended to us, we beg to be ex
cused from further attendance
at this term.
This 5th day of June, 1911.1.
JOHN F. HARRIS,
Statement of the Condition of.
The Pickens Bank
Located at Pickens, S. 0.,
it the close of business June 7th 1911
Loans and Discounts..... $180,742.51
Bonds and Stocks owned
By Bank................ 8,200.00
Furniture and Fixtures. .. 2,324 28
Banking House............ 10,882.28
Due from BanKs and Bankers 7,632.70
Silvor and other coin..... 1.282 00
Checks and Cash Items.... 330.31
Capi tal --t,ock l'aid In . . $ '20,500.00
Surplus I-und ............ 29.5g)00.00
Undivi dod Prolits. loss Unr
Ienl t I'Pens1O1 ando T axoas
P aid .................... ,1 0.5 1
Mu0 to 11ank-s and 3aankcrs 170.00
Sud iv ida Di i epo sits. subIioct
t(o ( hec k.... .............(. 81. 80
S atis Deplosits.......... 86. 118.07
n:h ir' (.I eks.......... 186.35.
Noles and Bills Roiconed1.00o0.00(
T O t-tal.................. $ 211.:25.7.
State of South Carolina,
Cointy of Pickens.
e1foro m c1ame 1. M. Mauld in. vash
iot of the above named bank. w1n,
bein. tiuly sworn, says tI:at the above
and foregoing statomont. is a trui non
dlition of said b ank, as- shown by riho
Ioiks of said hantI.
L. 1.M A ULD 1)IN.
Sworn to and saribeF)1)(d Iofore' me,
this .10th day of M1 arch, 1)11.
G. R. HEN1it[UKS, (seal.
Notary Public for SAouth Carolina.
J. M. STEWART,
J. M'D. BRIUUE1, Directors.
1. M. MAULDIN.
Statoment of the uoiodition of the
Bank of Norris,
located at Norris, S. C.,
at the close of business June 7th 1911.
Loans and Discounts...... $42,323.24
Ovoidrafts................ . 15541
Forn'uro and Fixtures.... 2,065.09
Banking Huse...... .......1,383.41
Due from Bauks and Bankers 15,046.29
Silver and other Coin...... 253 86
Deposi tors Guarantee fund 1.000,00
Total,.. .... ... ... .....$63,017.30
Capital Stock Paid In.... $20,000.00
Undivided Profits, ljess
Current Expens.s andl
Tax Paid .. . .... .. .. 1,601.05
Individual Deposits subject
to Check.......,..... .... .7,658 89
Time (Ceitificates of Depositi~ 3,645.16
Bills payable, including Cer
tificates for money borrowed 30,000 00
Total....... . ............ 63,017.30J
State~ of South Carolina,
County of Pickens.
.1B, tore me came E. W. Tate, Cash
ier of the above named bank, whoc
b) ing duly sworn, says that the above~
and foregoing statement is a true con
di ton or sa~d bank, as shown by the
books~ of said bank.
E. WV. Tate.
Sworn to aind subscribed before mes
this hth uay of J uine i911.
J. D. MA ULDIN.
E. WV. TATE -.Directore.
S. A. M'AL1LstER i
Statement of the Condition of
9h6 1ariti and Meroha~nt 3an,
located~u at Liberty, 1-. C.,
at the. clos'. af buiessit Junel 7 t9ll
. IFSOUT C CKS
Loans and Discounts...... . .$4 ),797,117
Furiinitte andi Fixture-.... . ...1,0:4.21
Baikkmig House.... .... ..... A,1..;i)
I uet fromn Banks amAi aemikers J.289.L,0
Capit.,l Stock Paid n . .. . ....'$1'i,000) 00
Sit pisla -utad. .. ..,...... .0.,40
Um divided prof)its les.3us unret
Expenses and Tla'.e P'atd I.4'd2.U9
IainhvtiaI lj. eposs Sun ject to
Tone (Xrn itica s of 1)< pusi . . .02.tt;
s'ins for .iao ev i1 o . o II 1,000 00
Thotal.... ............... $14,799.41
SIItt of~ South Carolinin,
Blefore met camne WV. Ii. Chapman
Onuihier of above namned banik, who, be
hng duly sworn, says thtist t he zshove and)
fon egoing a'tatement is a true c ssaijo',
of saind batnk, as shiownt by the books oi'
said bank. WV. 11. Chapman.
Siwora to atnd subscribed before me
thia 10ib day of June 1911.
W. B3. GLENN,
Corrct-Atest Notary Public
J. P'. ORA NE,
T. Y. HIUNTERP, '.Directors
M. A niogn.
For Pip oils,
Sores, Skin Diseases
an4O-her Sympt9ms of
Take Dike's Blood andSkin
Remedy. We have watched
results in numerous cases. We
can recormmend It. Of the
hundreds of blood remedies on
our shelves, we believe tbis is
the best. Jts use is followed
by the most.pleasing and est
1Uoils and pimples heal up snd dig.
appear: the skin becomes soft i i
snooth instead of harsh a socay
The liver is stimulated, tho blod eh.
riehet). and soon the whole. ssto~ra
Khows its benefielal action.
Somethmes there are no outwN&rd maui
festations of impure blood, but Instead .one
has a feeling of languor; is in a rundo-wi;
ititless conditioa and has no appetite. if
inl this condition, Dike's Blood and Skin
Itnmedy is almost certain to help you. Prieb
This Is the only store in towr. that
-ells Dike's preparations,
Pickens, S. C.
Come in and hear the
you have seen a(lvertised so
extensively as "the most
wonderful musical instru
ment the world has ever
You can't know how wonder
ful it really is until you hear it.
\Vhy not stop in today?
John H. Williams
Granville * .. C. *
- Ever Have
a 1 Most persons will
e"Yes," to this questic
ably coold give jou
* to the cause or reds
* low-spirited conditior
* lPhysiologists have c
e tion is brought about
. of the liver to separat
* from the blood, and,;
*are taken back into t
* In the treatment of
* recommend Rexall Li
* success so many peo
* using this.pre.paratior
$ Rexall Liver Salts a
4sizes, 25c and Soc., ar
New Crisp S
Ranging from a 5c Calico to a
the Lady needs for her Sprin
For the Quality of the Goods,
~LOWEST. We shall be pleas
~'rove our Assertion.
West End. (M
"MlOre Good' F
(B. 1. B,) Eures ThUulih the Blood
BONE PAINS, CAN- T
CER, SCALY SKIN, s
PIM'LES, t t
Rheumatism, Eczema, B
B.:B B. (Botanic Blood Blood) is the f
only Blood Remedy that kills the poison
In the blood and then purifle it-send.
I-higAfood of pure, rich blood.. diret. to
the skin surface, bones. joints, and c
wherever the diqsase is located. In this s
way all sores. ulcers. pimples, eruptions
are healed and cured. pains and aches
of Rheumatism cease, swellings subside. I
B. B. B. completely changes the body d
into a clean healthy condition, giving C
the skin the rich, red hue of perfect
health. B. B. B. cures the worst old I
cases. Try it.
BOTANIC BLOOD BALM-B BBB
pleastint and saf to take; composed of pure
Ilotanilo ingredients. It purifies and enriches 3
th bod. i. i I.strengthens the nerves
id builds up the broken down system Drug. (
gists $1.00 lPIlt LARGE NUOTTLE with diree
lions for home cure.
Sold at All Drug Stores.
\II I"N ('OliANY COMES
vl wilt to put- the best foot
forward. don't yout W e can
( ':U R T A BLE SILVER
18 WATI.rl YOU REQUIRE.
1ok at. (ur new offerings and
b)y wlMt youi need. A present
purchase Imay precludo embar
TE.A SERVICE. SOUP - LA
DLES, SPOONS. FORKS,
Clean.es and beatiflex the h.at.
i'ronmotea a luxurlint growth.
Never Fal@m to Itestoro Gray
t immediately respond,
>n, but few of them prob.
ahfy atisfatory idea as
on for this despondent, *
iscovered that this condi- .
by th seeming inability
e the poisonous secretions
is a consequence, these,
such cases, we strongly*
ver Salts because of the,
pie have experienced ine
re manufactured in two*
d we have the exclusive '
- DRUG STORE.
is now full of
$2.0o the yard Silk--anything
S' Make-Up" (except a hat).
my Prices SHALL BE THE
ed to show you our Goods and
or Lss Mney"
ro. 1. 50 acres, 5 miles west ofPickens, -15 acres cleared, balance
i woodland and pasture, good-new4-room hoow.corapilted and
mall outbuildings within 1-2 nilelront the n a t Church
Mountain View." This Is an excellent place in a good neigh
orhood and a bargain at $1,400. Tqrms. .
[o. 2. 1 8-4 acres in forks of road at Six Mile, 4-room dwelling
bore house and barn, This is an excellent place for the man
rho wants to run a. store. Going at $1,000. erms, if
,ier. Your move.
[o. 3. 64 acres, known as the G. W. Childtess place, joining lands
f Benton Freeman and the Clark lands. 20 acres-in cultivation
-room house,. fine young orchard. If you want this laha at
1,100, say so. Terms.
[o. 4. 40 acres, known as the Parker place near Mile Creek.
isten,,now: . Good:2-stqry 7-roomshouse, larg barn,25 acres in
ultivation, close to school and church, aid the bet improved
mall plate that I have on my list, $1,650 on terms of one-half
ash, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years.
lo, 5. 187 1-2 .acres, 5 miles west of Pickens, 9-room - 2-story
welling, new 4-room tenant house, good outbuildings, 75 acres in
ultivation, good pasture and orchard, 1 mile to church, 1 1-2
alles to school. This is a well improved place, some rolling land
iut cheap at $27 per acre.
To. 6. 62 acres, known as the George Kennemur place, near W.
. Seaborn's home place 5 1-2 miles from Pickens in a splendid
ection. 40 acres in cultivation, good orchard, 4-room hodse with
utbuildings; small tenant house. Price, $2,500, $900 cash, bal
Lnce $250 per year. How would you like this.
H. M. HET ER
Hox 264. Pickens, S. C.
Pickens Bank Building.
Let me write your fire insurance; I'll place you in good re.
Values Wortiy of Con
We believe that our prices on an average are lower than
any concern in Pickens County-that does a time business. *
The trade that we hold ought to prove this. \Ve have soie
special vaiues worthy of your consideration, which we quote:
Ribbon, No. 40, all silk, for ioc.
Japanese art squares, 9X1 2, $3 48.
Good tumblers for 1 5c set. Extra heavy tumbler--will
stand some falls and probably not break-25c set.
One set Glassware, consisting of butter dish cream pitch
er, spoon holder, sugar dish, all for 25c.
Jelly Tumblers---35c to 4oc a dozen.
Large white bowl and pitcher, with golled eigtc-,bowl, for
Extra good values Bowls and Pitchers for $1.50.
We have on hand---one only---bed lounge that we will sell
for $1o.oo --well worth $12.50.
Bed Springs---1 20 coil folding spring $i.75-1I20
coil heavy spring $2.oo.
Nice line window shades 25, 35, 50 and 75c each. A'
Galvanized Sprin~klers 4oc-Now is the-timeto use sprink
lers on the plants and flowers.
See our fly trap for 2oc.
o t &calco chck, ginghams, white cloth 5c yard for
What about that plow shoe? We have 'a splendid one,
frmen, for only $1.oo.
Ladies' all leather dress shoe, will give satislaction forj
Cooking oil i oc per pound or 7oc per gallon.
2 cans apples 15c.
Large can string beans x oc.
Visit our store frequently. Look for our ad in every issue
of the Sentinel-Jour nal. Will tell you of the good thin'gs we
have. Yours truly.
CRAIG BROS CO.
One-price Cash Merchants.
P. S.. Dont fail to see our suite of Drexel Furni
ture on display for $35.00.
FOR THATrKEG OF
HO T TOM*
THE DRINK THAT REACHES THE SPOT
Pickens Bottm ~Works,
Rt. L.. Davis Proprietor